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Nutrition and drinking regimen of a nursing mother


During breastfeeding, the diet of a woman should not differ from her usual diet for the composition of foods. Since pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding are natural physiological processes, their success can not be crucially related to a woman's diet. Not a single goat, gorilla or wolf has changed her diet after giving birth. In this sense, a person belonging to a mammal does not differ much from them. Therefore, a nursing mother can eat the same way she ate during pregnancy, consuming all foods and focusing on acute food cravings. Lust for nursing In order for Mom to have enough milk, it is very important for her to timely and fully quench thirst with clean drinking water. A lactating woman may develop from one to five insurmountable thirst during the day. These desires should be timely and fully satisfied, since the amount of milk produced depends on this. As a drink for quenching thirst, clean water is best suited. However, if there is a strong desire to drink milk or mors, this is also quite acceptable. It is necessary only to remember the measure, since fruit drinks, juices and mineral water are a big load for the kidneys, which are already heavily loaded during lactation. In total, the amount of liquid drunk should be about 3 liters, but should not exceed 5 liters per day. With increasing fluid intake to 5 or more liters per day, lactation volume is reduced. Drinking to stimulate lactation There are no universal recipes for stimulating lactation. Neither tea with milk, nor carrot juice will not help if the baby does not suck a little. Lactation is stimulated only by the frequency and duration of application to the chest. If the baby sucks the breasts rarely and briefly, the milk volume will be minimal, and if long and often, the milk will always be in abundance.
If any of the parents are allergic If the mother or father of the child is allergic, in this case the mother should take a more careful look at her diet. Special vigilance should be shown if the mother of the child suffers from an allergy. The baby can be negatively affected not only by the food allergy of the mother, but also by allergens such as poplar fluff, smells, dust, etc. In this case, the child may have a tendency to diathesis. In children predisposed to allergies, diathesis can occur on the following foods: · Citrus - lemon, orange, mandarin, grapefruit; · Strawberries and raspberries; · Foreign protein - beef and dairy products from cow's milk, fish and fish products, poultry and eggs, soybeans and legumes (vegetable protein), etc. In addition to food allergies in children can be caused by: · chemical additives used in food industry, such as preservatives, flavors, rippers, etc .; · Baby food "Agusha"; · Vaccinations made, which in 80 - 90% of cases give a postvaccinal complication, such as diathesis. The presence in the family history of the child of such diagnoses as allergies, asthma, neurodermatitis, atopic dermatitis, etc., is a lifelong contraindication to vaccination, since any vaccination can end for the baby with anaphylactic shock, and you can simply not have time to get to resuscitation. Therefore, if the mother or father is allergic, you should carefully enter allergic products (no more than one per day) and closely monitor the reaction of the baby within a day. If the lactating mother is allergic, then, as a rule, she excludes from the diet those foods that cause her allergic reactions. Zh. V. Tsaregradskaya
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Nutrition and drinking regimen of a nursing mother

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    Among the stable myths about breastfeeding, the most frequently repeated is the myth of a special diet of a nursing mother. Many women on the advice of "well-wishers" during the whole period of breastfeeding sit on the strictest diet, not allowing themselves a piece of fried or, say, salty. The situation is further aggravated by the fact that recommendations for feeding nursing mothers, which are now distributed in
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